I’ve Upgraded My V8 Whilst You’re Just Smoking Weed – John Dumelo Claps Back at Samini

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If you’re interested in what the future of politics in Ghana would look like in Ghana, this is it.

Two men who have expressed interest in ditching entertainment for politics one day and are eyeing the highest office of the land, John Dumelo and Samini, are currently embroiled in a beef over the planned $200m new parliamentary chamber which has social media up in arms.

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John Dumelo aka Mr V8 also decided to join in and criticize the parliamentarians, but Samini was having none of it.

After Dumelo said the money could be used to build factories to create more jobs, Samini hit back at him that the cost of a V8 could also be used to carry out some developmental projects, in reference to John’s infamous government V8 incident.

But in reply, John took a snide shot at Samini. According to him, he has worked hard to upgrade the V8 to a new one whilst Samini is just on his ‘highgrade’.

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“If you work hard, you can upgrade from a 2017 v8 to a 2019 v8. This is upgrade not highgrade.” Dumelo tweeted, accompanied by a photo of his supposed new V8.

Tweet below…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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